Cycle of Rice Consumerism

18,000.00

Artist: Eleanor Habal Robleza
Size: 18in x 24in
Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Story behind the artwork:
A brief process of rice consumerism. After preparing the rice field, farmers plant rice and during its growth, take charge of water, fertilizer, weeds and pests & diseases. After three to four months, harvesting follows by collecting the mature rice crop from the field, such as reaping, stacking, handling, threshing, cleaning and hauling. Harvested rice is ready for drying which is the most critical process. Though drying by the latest system or mechanical means, traditional drying systems are still practice because of its low cost and ease of management like sun drying on mat, nets or canvas for small scale; and pavement drying often used in large-scale drying; and field drying or stacking method. Finally, after the rice is sufficiently milled and free of impurities, rice is delivered to consumers in sacks.

 

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About the Artist

ELEANOR HABAL ROBLEZA

Eleanor signs all her artworks as babehrobleza. It was in year 2007 that art cupid’s bow and arrow strikes her into painting then immediately joined the BSP-SPC Art Club; and still active at present. She paints in realism, abstract, still life, land and seascape and contemporary using mediums in oil, acrylic, watercolor and mixed media. Her artworks are those subjects that strikes her eyes then finishing it on the canvas.  She joined ARTipolo Group, Inc. in year 2018 to be with their mission and vision. She also joined the Philippine Flora Art Society and Philippine Fauna Art Society  to support its advocacy on Philippine endemic flora and fauna through painting and exhibit. Her simple joys are appreciation of her artworks and simple recognitions. Art education, workshops, lectures with various art groups led her to accomplished more in her passion in art. Achievement is meaningful when through her paintings were able to help other people.

She is a graduate of B.S. in Business Education from Polytechnic University of the Phils. (PUP) and One-Year (Trimester) Fine from GK Philippines (now GK College of Business, Art and Technology). As an  ARTchitect, Eleanor continuously work, though   a retiree; was born in the zodiac sign of   Aries and in the year of the Tiger, April 16 in Manila, Philippines with parents from Oas, Albay (father) and Casiguran, Sorsogon (mother).